My name is Kat and I have been a graphic designer for many years. Before design, I went to Brighton University, travelled the world, and dabbled in marketing and events jobs. I was also lucky enough to arrange a world record attempt for the longest solo auction, all for charity.
It’s official; I love design. I’ve always been an arty person, spending hours and hours in the school art block, creating reams and reams of drawings and prints. Maybe the white spirit got to me, but I knew I wanted to pursue a life of creativity. I then went to the beautiful town of Brighton to study Interior Architecture at university, which gave me an insight into the world of graphic design and 3D modelling.
After University, I succumbed to the travel bug and toured around the world, trying some of the most amazing things: I became a connoisseur in a Thai kitchen (in my mind anyway), viewed the world from 15,000ft, climbed a glacier, and can honestly say that Vegas paid for itself!
Once I was back in the UK, I worked with James Lewis on our world record attempt for the longest auction ever held by one person. We smashed it – after an exhausting 26 hours, James stepped down from the rostrum after raising a whopping £60,000, which was split amongst ten charities (local and national).
After the auction, I was desperate to get back to design, and I was lucky to work for one of Derby’s small business gems, Essential Print Services. I then worked for the University of Nottingham, helping them with their rebrand and producing campaign materials for Student Recruitment, Research and Reputation.
I am now more passionate than ever to provide a jaw dropping design service. So, if you have an idea that you would like to bring to life, why wait? Let's chat and turn those ideas of yours into a reality.